Are There Customary Rights to Plants? An Inquiry Among the Baganda (Uganda), with Special Attention to Gender

P.L. Howard, G. Nabanoga

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Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWashington
PublisherIFPRI
Number of pages60
Publication statusPublished - 2005

Publication series

NameCAPRi Working Papers
PublisherIFPRI
No.44

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Howard, P. L., & Nabanoga, G. (2005). Are There Customary Rights to Plants? An Inquiry Among the Baganda (Uganda), with Special Attention to Gender. (CAPRi Working Papers; No. 44). Washington: IFPRI.
Howard, P.L. ; Nabanoga, G. / Are There Customary Rights to Plants? An Inquiry Among the Baganda (Uganda), with Special Attention to Gender. Washington : IFPRI, 2005. 60 p. (CAPRi Working Papers; 44).
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Howard, PL & Nabanoga, G 2005, Are There Customary Rights to Plants? An Inquiry Among the Baganda (Uganda), with Special Attention to Gender. CAPRi Working Papers, no. 44, IFPRI, Washington.

Are There Customary Rights to Plants? An Inquiry Among the Baganda (Uganda), with Special Attention to Gender. / Howard, P.L.; Nabanoga, G.

Washington : IFPRI, 2005. 60 p. (CAPRi Working Papers; No. 44).

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